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, eleanor odom, felony prosecutor out of atlanta. renee rockwell, peter odom, also out of atlanta. both defense attorneys. you know, eleanor odom, don't you think by now if she had somebody to pin it on she would have told cops a long time ago? >> yes, especially since she's in jail now and that could help her get out. maybe give her some credibility with the authorities. >> renee, i don't think she gets it. she was saying on one of these jailhouse -- now, there's the real misty croslin right there in her element. there you go. and she is not praying and crying about haleigh. she's got a cigarette dangling off her lip and she's trying to score a drug deal. she's not thinking about little haleigh or helping the search at all. do you often deal with clients that just don't get it? she was saying, hey, i've done 23 days. 23 days on time served? and she's looking at 130 years behind bars? explain to us e advantage of so-called drug court. >> well, nancy, drug court, while she might be a candidate for drug court because she's obviously got a drug problem or she's addicted, et cetera, those a
, mark nejame. eleanor odom. prosecutor, atlanta. renee rockwell, defense attorney atlanta. peter odom, defense attorney atlanta. and i want to go first to mark nejame. weigh in, mark. >> hi, good evening, nancy. when it comes to misty, just really who knows? the reality of it she hasn't been truthful about anything. >> wait, wait, wait. mark nejame, look, you've got a great reputation. you've got to give me more than "who knows." and let me remind you that with us tonight is the attorney for tommy croslin, james werter out of jacksonville, and he's willing to put his client strapped up to a poly. so do you really believe, mark nejame, that misty croslin has sat on this story all this time and not told police? >> no. no. i mean, misty's out for misty. misty failed a polygraph in my office. she's apparently failed another polygraph. her story's changed like the wind changes. i think that tommy's lawyer's doing the right thing. i think he needs to get a polygraph out there. i think, though, that he needs to go ahead and make sure that the questions are the right questions and not just on
, wftv legal analyst, orlando. eleanor odom, felo prosecutor who has tried many death penalty cases herself out of the atlanta jurisdiction. raymond giudice, veteran defense attorney, including defending homicide cases, out of the atlaa jurisdiction. and peter odom, defense attorney, former prosecutor, former felony prosecutor in multiple jurisdictions, now practicing atlanta. welcome. first to you, bill sheaffer. now, you are telling me something brand new. i've been extremely skeptical and on george anthony's side. until you're telling me this woman passed a polygraph. >> tt's correct, nancy. shtook a polygraph exam and passed it as to her relationship with george -- >> put him up. put up sheaffer. >> and the statements that george me. >> says who? who says she passed a polygraph? >> river. >> who? >> river. >> the sister? >> the sister says that she took a polygraph and that she passed the polygraph. and i'll tell you something, the way that the police have conducted this investigation, the polygraph was tan early on. the police continue to investigate, get the cell phone, get th
. is there any way she can be charged with a crime? >> excellent question. eleanor odom, renee rockwell, peter odom. what about it, eleanor? >> i think so, with child neglect at the very least, nancy, because she knew this guy had a bad background. beat her other child, and she left her baby with him. >> renee? >> i'm going to agree with that, nancy, but the focus needs to go on the system. why are they letting him remain in the house? why is he not on probation? >> peter odom, what about it? >> no one has been charged with anything yet, nancy. first we have to identify the victim, then we have to find out who did it. it's a little quick to be convicting people of murder. >>> as part of our ongoing investigation, the city of newburgh police department resumed the search for marc bookal. >> they searched the frigid waters of the hudson river. >> he doesn't wander off. >> they searched in the woods by the shore. >> he doesn't go to strangers. >> and through the dirt near a sewage treatment plant. >> i want my son to be found. >> a search for 4-year-old marc bookal that grows grim. >> the remains
on children, eleanor odom, atlanta. veteran defense attorney renee rockwell and defense attorney peter odom, atlanta. first of all to you, renee rockwell, do you really believe that if this turns out to be the body of this 4-year-old child, marc anthony bookal, that mommy can also be charged? >> yes, of course she can, if she's got the knowledge he's been brutal and violent to her other children. not in the murder, nancy, but certainly some kind of endangerment or neglect. >> peter odom, you say no. >> i say for right now, nancy, we need to step back and identify the victim. this man has the right to due process, just like any other suspect. >> peter, peter, peter, what are you talking about? that's not even the question. every time i ask you a question, you start talking about due process and the constitution. look, we're all lawyers. we've all tried cases, we understand the constitution. guess what, pete? are you a 12-member jury in the correct jurisdiction? no. so there's no way you can possibly convict anybody. >> so let's not do it. let the process take its course and see what happens.
murdered, then i see an entrapment defense. >> you know what? you're making my teeth hurt. because eleanor odom, no way is this going to be entrapment because she's the one that got the ball rolling. >> she's the one approaching. no way did she try to back out. >> and they gave her plenty of chances. matt just comes in my ear and tells me, williams' dad is a retired detective with nypd. >> if she approached the police about roughing him up and the police suggest, hey, you can get a discount on murder, then that's the crime created by police. >> is that the way it went down, matt? >> williams is the garden city mom of four who was arrested thursday for allegedly trying hire a hit man to kill her husband. turns out that hit man was an undercover cop. >>> susan williams, 43 years old and mother of four, had two meetings with a hit man. one happened right here, but unfortunately for her, the hit man was an undercover police officer and that last meeting happened right here in eisenhower park in this parking lot where the undercover cop met her in his vehicle and had her under surveillance. she
. because, eleanor odom, no way is this going to be entrapment because she's the one that got the ball rolling. >> she's the one approaching the person saying i got to find somebody to get a hit on my husband. i've got to do it. no way did she even try the back out of it. >> and they gave her plenty of chances. peter odom, just to stop it off, matt zarrell just comes in my ear and tells me williams' dad is a retired detective with nypd. >> if she approached the police about roughing him up and the police suggested, hey, you can get a discount on murder, that sounds like a cri created by the police. and nancy, that's entrapment. >> is that the way it went down, matt zarrell? was she entrapped? >> no, she was the one initiating she wanted to hurt him, then wanting to kill him. >> williams is the garden city mom of four who was arrested thursday for allegedly trying to hire a hit man to kill her husband. turns out that hit man was an undercover cop. >>> susan williams, 43 years old and mother of four, had o meetings with a hit man. one of those meetings happened right here. but unfortunat
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